Upcoming Events

The Mineta Consortium for Transportation Mobility organizes or participates in several transportation-related events each year. These include national summits, regional forums, industry conferences, or special events and broadcasts. You can find leading transportation experts at all of these events, making them an excellent resource not only for professional and research insights, but also for networking.

Dates Events
April 5, 2020 to April 7, 2020 POSTPONED- Calcog Regional Leadership Forum: Regions Rise Together  -  Riverside, CA

[In light of recommendations regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the conference has been postponed until further notice.]

This Regional Leadership Forum explores the Governor's  Regions Rise Together initiative. Leaders from every region will share their ideas about improving California by developing stronger partnerships between our state, regional, and local governments. Topics will include:

  • Regional Planning & Housing Policy: Trends
  • Transportation & Climate Resiliency: Best Practices
  • Innovations in Transportation Mobility: What's Next?
  • What is the future for Sustainable Communities Strategies?
  • Inclusive Economic Development: Strategies
  • And so much more.  
April 18, 2020 POSTPONED- UPC Symposium 2020 'Redefining the American Dream: Silicon Valley's Housing Crisis'  -  San José, CA

[In light of recommendations regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the event has been postponed.]

Martin Luther King Jr. Library room 225 | 10:30a.m. - 4:30p.m. | AICP CM Credits: 4.0 (pending)

“Redefining the American Dream: Silicon Valley’s Housing Crisis” will bring together planning professionals, experts and advocates to shed light on the housing challenges facing our region and explore potential solutions. The presentation will be focused on four areas:


A dialogue amongst health professionals, policymakers and advocates on the linkage between the lack of affordable housing and increasing public health concerns.


A discussion on how new laws will help integrate diverse housing choices and density into residential zoning districts.


Addressing big tech’s housing pledges and their role in displacement and gentrification in Silicon Valley.


Bringing awareness to the lives of the homeless student and faculty population at SJSU.


• Breakfast & Registration begins at 10:30am

• Panels start at 11:00am

• Lunch will be provided

• AICP | CM 4.0 Credits (Pending)

June 4, 2020 Research Snaps Webinar: Mitigation v. Adaptation, Transportation and Land-Use Planning to Combat Climate Change

10a.m.-10:30a.m. | #MTIResearchSnaps 

Recent extreme weather events in California—wildfires, droughts, and flooding—make abundantly clear the need to plan effective responses to both the causes and consequences of climate change. New Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) research, Harmonizing Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Transportation and Land-Use Planning in California Cities, analyzes the climate plans for 23 California cities in addition to interviewing 25 local, regional, and state officials working on climate planning.  Identifying transportation and land-use (TLU) strategies that both mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and successfully prepare communities to be less severely impacted by climate change remains a challenge. The study assessed existing city plans and identifies the potential pitfalls between mitigation and adaptation. Then, it establishes methods the state can implement to help cities effectively incorporate integrated TLU actions.

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